PALM BEACH, Fla. – For his four years as Titans coach, Mike Vrabel has stamped special team’s acquisitions with approval.

In 2018 Michael Campanaro and Will Compton were going to be big helps for special teams along with rookie Dane Cruikshank. In 2019 it was Adam Humphries and Amani Hooker who would be the boosts. In 2020 Nick Dzubnar was the headliner with Darrynton Evans the rookie hopeful. And last year Ola Adeniyi was the top veteran and Monty Rice the top first-year man.

Ola Adeniyi

Ola Adeniyi/ Pool photo, Donald Page

This time around, it’s been A.J. Moore and Trenton Cannon.

So heading into 2022 the core of Titans special teams will still feature Adeniyi and Rice with Moore and Cannon aboard.

But is there cause to expect an overall middling unit to finally rise?

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